Another virtual reality (VR) compatible title has been confirmed for this year’s EGX London videogame expo in Earls Court, London. That title is Ether One, the first-person adventure experience and debut title from indie developer White Paper Games. The title is set to be playable at the show from 25th – 28th September as part of Epic Games’ own indie stand, showcasing titles running on the developer’s Unreal Engine 4.
Of course, Ether One released earlier this year on an earlier iteration of the Unreal Engine, but was recently confirmed to be transitioning to the latest toolset. Not only will the upgrade allow for improved performance and visuals but the team will also be bringing the title to the PlayStation 4. While support for the Oculus Rift VR head-mounted display (HMD) is already confirmed for the PC title, Project Morpheus support on PlayStation 4 may only happen if the developer finds time.
Ether One casts players as an agent that enters the minds of mentally handicapped people and attempts to restore them. The title was awarded VRFocus‘ first 5/5 review score when it initially released earlier this year. It is just one of a number of videogames on display at Epic Games’ stand. The full list includes the likes of Red: Out, Eclipse, Seek, Pneuma: Breath of Life, Congo, Tiki Galore and Pool Nation FX.
VRFocus will continue to follow any and all VR compatible videogames going forward, reporting back with any further updates on them.